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1985 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final

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1985 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final

1985 European Cup Winners' Cup Final
Event 1984–85 European Cup Winners' Cup
Date 15 May 1985
Venue Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam
Referee Paolo Casarin (Italy)
Attendance 38,500

The 1985 European Cup Winners' Cup Final was a football match contested between Everton of England and SK Rapid Wien of Austria. It was the final match of the 1984–85 European Cup Winners' Cup and the 25th European Cup Winners' Cup Final. The final was held at Feijenoord Stadion in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on 15 May 1985. Everton, which dominated throughout, won the match 3–1 thanks to goals by Andy Gray, Trevor Steven and Kevin Sheedy. Everton were unable to defend the trophy - as League champions they would have entered the 1985-86 European Cup, but they were not permitted to play in either competition following the actions of rival Liverpool fans at Heysel which saw all English clubs banned from Europe.

Match details

15 May 1985 (1985-05-15)
20:15 CEST
Everton England 3–1 Austria Rapid Wien
Gray Goal 58'
Steven Goal 72'
Sheedy Goal 85'
Report (archive)

Report 2

Krankl Goal 84'
Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam
Attendance: 38,500
Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)
Rapid Wien
GK 1 Wales Neville Southall
RB 2 England Gary Stevens
LB 3 Wales Pat Van Den Hauwe
CB 4 Wales Kevin Ratcliffe (c)
CB 5 England Derek Mountfield
CM 6 England Peter Reid
RM 7 England Trevor Steven
FW 8 Scotland Graeme Sharp
FW 9 Scotland Andy Gray
CM 10 England Paul Bracewell
LM 11 Republic of Ireland Kevin Sheedy
England Howard Kendall
GK 1 Austria Michael Konsel
DF 2 Austria Leo Lainer
DF 3 Austria Kurt Garger
DF 4 Austria Karl Brauneder
DF 5 Austria Heribert Weber
MF 6 Austria Reinhard Kienast
MF 7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Kranjčar
MF 8 Austria Peter Hrstic
FW 9 Austria Hans Krankl (c)
MF 10 Austria Rudolf Weinhofer0 Substituted off 67'
FW 11 Austria Peter Pacult0 Substituted off 60'
FW 15 Austria Johann Gröss0 Substituted in 60'
MF 13 Czech Republic Antonín Panenka0 Substituted in 67'
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Otto Barić

See also

External links

  • Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

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